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Park Slope »

The 78th Precinct asked the DOT to install a bike parking corral in front of their stationhouse.

Prospect Heights »

The new bike corrals will replace four vehicle parking spaces on Vanderbilt and Washington avenues.

Prospect Heights »

Milk Bar and three other local businesses have asked the DOT for bike corrals, the department said.

Elmhurst »

The rack is close to the 82nd Street 7 train station. 

Red Hook »

The area's first bike corral will be reviewed Wednesday night, but more are needed, locals say.

Red Hook »

The Department of Transportation will present a proposal for the bike parking Thursday night.

Prospect Heights »

A year after a bitter battle over bike parking on Franklin Avenue, more bike corrals have been proposed.

Park Slope »

Easy-to-cycle-to brunch spots in Brooklyn that are near bike parking facilities.

Columbia Street Waterfront District »

Bike lanes through Park Slope and the waterfront were approved, but not parking on Columbia Street.

Williamsburg »

Proposed corrals would replace six car parking spots with 45 bike slots.

Park Slope »

New bike lanes are planned for Union and Sackett streets between Third Avenue and Van Brunt Street.

East Williamsburg »

The pizzeria plans to install four bike racks on Moore Street.

Upper West Side »

A restaurateur has suggested turning a car parking spot into a lockup for 10 bikes.

Astoria »

The local community board denied Queens Kickshaw's request for a bike corral.